Monday, August 27, 2018

Pinterest Dairy Free Chocolate Candy; Success or Fail?

I love trying out new Pinterest recipes! But sometimes you strike gold, and sometimes you'd rather eat dirt! So I tested this recipe for you!

This recipe was actually pretty good! It's very chocolaty! 

The most interesting part of this recipe was popping quinoa. I had never attempted to pop quinoa, and when the recipe called for rising it first, I thought it wouldn't work.
But it did! after the quinoa dried out in the medium heat pan, they did start popping! It is a satisfying process to watch. 

Adding all the ingredients together is fairly easy after the quinoa has been popped. Then you just pour it into a mold, and your done!

These are a tasty healthy chocolate treat! I don't think there is a real alternative for non-healthy chocolate, but this comes close!

Flavor notes: rich, dark chocolate, slightly bitter, nutty, crunchy, melts very quickly

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Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Cross Stitch Patterns On Display!

I have exciting news! My skyline cross stitch patterns are on display at a art gallery!

Sunday, August 12, 2018

The Tastiest 3-Ingredient Homemade Ice-Cream

This recipe is so easy, and so delicious!

I've never made ice-cream before, but when I found this simple 3-ingredient recipe, I had to give it a try. 
Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Photo Ideas for Baby's First Year!

Baby photos! Taking photos of your new little one can be both challenging and rewarding! Take a look at the ideas I used for my baby girl's first year, and the professional photos that inspired them.

A really cute idea I've seen come across my Facebook feed is the idea of taking month-by-month baby photos with a large stuffed animal, or a small cushioned toddler chair.